From: Eric Dannewitz <ericdano@ja...> - 2004-12-04 20:01:21
I'm using CVS of slash BEFORE the big section change thing. I've noticed
that trying to get a Blob from Slash seems to die if its over about
10megs. I don't seem to be getting any error messages in any of my logs
(Apache, Slash, Mysql). Any ideas? Was there something in the Blobs
stuff that might cause this?
From: Eric Dannewitz <ericdano@ja...> - 2004-12-04 20:26:36
Um, storing the Blob is not the issue. The issue seems to be when the
slash site is sending the Blob, it dies about 10megs into it. No errors,
And on upgrading......I'm still scared ;-)
> check the mysql docs on their website and see what the max size a blob
> will hold. then do a 'show create table' on the blobs table to see if
> they specified anything odd (if that's even possible) in the schema
> for the blobs.
> oh - and upgrade to the latest code, it rocks! ;)
From: Eric Dannewitz <ericdano@ja...> - 2004-12-04 23:16:42
> Ah. Is there a blob-pull tool to pull a blob into a file on the local FS?
Yeah, there is a Blobloader or something that you can load local files
into the database.
> If there were (it'd be pretty easy to write such a thing) then you
> could run that, and atleast see that there's no read-from-the-db
Actually, I don't know what to make of the problem. Locally, I can
access the Blob from my website without any issues. Remotely, it dies at
around 10megs or so.
> And the apache-send of the thing isn't timing out?
How would you track that down? Where does one look for that?
> I know apache has a byte-size-receive-limit, I ran into that for the
> photo gallery uploading files into it. I'd doubt there's a
> send-size-limit, but who knows.
I don't remember seeing any in the Apache Conf. I have run into the
byte-size-receive-limit. I fixed that....
> As far as upgrading, it's not that bad. Did you check out this
> I toyed with that update.plx to upgrade my sites. Cliff Wood and I
> discussed finishing it. I don't know far he got with it. Since he has
> 11-15++ sites to upgrade, he has a vested interest in a tool that
> would do the upgrade to them all in entirety in one run. I, on the
> other hand, got all mine upgraded, so I don't need it, can't justify
> spending the time to finish it.
I read you article on upgrading. I suppose I just need to sit down and
do it at some point. Where is the update.plx file? Is it something that